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Have you ever heard people saying something like: “I wouldn't send a cat there to be treated, much less a dog?” Perhaps you wondered if the hospital was receiving unjust criticism, or maybe it truly is a hazardous hospital to be in?
When Terry Jones had a stroke several years ago he was assigned a know-it-all doctor that wouldn't even consider that one of his patients could talk back, much less have an opinion worth listening to. There was a catheter in place and every nurse that came into that room stumbled over the line, repeatedly. One nurse stumbled over the line seconds after assuring him she could see it, and would avoid it. She had her patient screaming in pain.
Even Terry's doctor stumbled over it once. Not one of his yells, screams, or beseeching words brought any safety. But this was as nothing in comparison to having a doctor determined to play golf for 2 days and leaving instructions for the patient to have no insulin and no pain medications until he returned. At that time Terry's diabetes doctor had him taking 70 units in the morning and 70 at night.
"HA! I'll decide how much insulin you take while you are up here," said the hospital doctor. The heart doctor was overruled as well because THIS HOSPITAL DOCTOR knew it all! The worst thing though was that Terry could not even leave the hospital without that doctor's permission.
In his book HOSPITAL HAZARD, Dr. Harold Moroson provides corroborative information. In his view, diagnostics is considered the most crucial aspect of medicine, since all decisions on medical treatment are subsequently based on the evaluation of the patient's history. With the hospitals vast array of state-of-the-art diagnostic devices, using everything from computerized analyzers for blood to MRI, we would expect misdiagnosis to be a rapidly diminishing problem. It's not.
Dr. Thomas A. Sharon, in his book Protect Yourself in the Hospital, has said, “Too many unfortunate souls are found stone dead in the hospital room, and no one has a clue as to when the victims took their last breath.”
Dr. Sharon relates many other series of events that we as patients and advocates for patients should be protecting ourselves from, that should have been prevented, but weren't. He mentioned one hospital with a top rating for emergency care that had ambulances stacked up and waiting -- up to nine hours -- before they could get patients admitted. NINE HOURS?
Dr. Sharon adds.. “For the past 30 years there have been critically ill patients that died simply because doctors and nurses drew too much blood for their laboratory tests.”
Barbara J. Youngberg, author of Principles of Risk Management and Patient Safety writes, “Many healthcare organizations and providers have sought to demonstrate their support for patient safety merely by changing the name of either the Risk Management or Quality Department to the Patient Safety Department, often without changing the nature -- or the focus of the work.”
Dr. Joel Cohen in his book, ER: Enter At Your Own Risk provides us with patients horror stories from within a troubled system.
Horror stories of horror treatment and indifferent care are no longer oddities. They have become routine, daily occurrences. The public regularly learns of these grim stories from newspaper and television reports and shakes its collective head, grateful not to be involved in such medical mishaps. But any of us could be the victim of a hectic and hazardous emergency room and it's highly stressed staff.
For every horror story you read in the papers there are countless others that are silent and never spoken. These silent stories will hardly ever make the news, but they still cause individuals pain, disability and even death. Sadly, most of these people will never find out that their suffering could have been avoided.
If your nearest hospital is on the local horror list, then as promptly as possible, you will want documents and insurance already in place that can change your destination to some other hospital where you will at least feel safer, or have hope for the help to get you removed from the clutches of the nearest hospital.
Dr. Sharon reminds us, “The root cause of this type of incident is simply that the public is unaware of the fact that hospital managers enjoy an unearned public trust.”
It all comes back to one principle
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